2015:

Power Group awarded as leaders and achievers under two categories at the PMR.africa Diamond Arrow Awards.

2015:

Awarded Best Contractor in non-subsidy market and Best Project in implementing FLISP at the Govan Mbeki Awards.

2014:

Marlene Cronje was voted PPS Professional Woman of the Year for her work with Go-for-Gold, an industry non-profit organisation aimed at addressing the critical skills shortage in the construction and related industries.

2014:

Pelican Park Integrated Housing Development received a Special Merit Award from the South African Housing Foundation.

2014:

Power Group recognised as one of South Africa’s Top Performing and Top 300 Companies

2014:

PMR.africa Diamond Arrow Award in three categories

2013:

Graham Power received an Honorary Doctorate of Letters from the NYACK College in New York.

2012:

Marlene Cronje was voted South Africa’s Most Influential Woman in Business and Government for the Building, Construction and Materials sector by CEO Communications.

Graham Power was awarded the first international ‘Entrepreneurial Leader of the Year’ award by the World Evangelical Alliance in Vancouver, Canada

2011:

Koeberg Interchange project (a JV between Power Construction and Group Five) wins the prestigious “Construction World Best Projects 2011” competition. The GFIP Freeway Package E project was awarded a Special Commendation.

Power Construction received the Professional Management Review’s (PMR) Golden Arrow award for the West Coast Region.

2010:

Graham Power receives an award in the category for Social Affairs and Services, at the Civic Honors’ Ceremony, in Cape Town in recognition for the outstanding contributions of its citizens in various fields.

2009:

Power Construction was named the corporate winner for the 2009 National Productivity Awards in South Africa, by Productivity SA

Power Construction Roads received the Regional Award for the most Outstanding Civil Engineering Achievement in the field of Technical Excellence, for the project “Safety Improvements”: Kaaimans Pass. The award was made by the Southern Cape Branch of SAICE.

Power Construction received the PMR Bronze Award for the Southern Cape Region, for Companies and Institutions doing the most in their sectors over the past 12 months to stimulate the economic growth and development of the Southern Cape Region. The company was rated 2nd overall.

2008:

Business Against Crime Continuous Support Award to Power Group.

Certificate of Acknowledgement to Power Construction, at the Govan Mbeki Awards evening, for its contribution to housing for the poor.

2007:

Graham Power received a Special recognition Main Award from the Cape Times and KPMG.

2006:

Graham Power voted as one of South Africa’s Leading Managers, by the Corporate Research Foundation.

2005:

SAFCEC (South African Federation of Civil Engineering Contractors) President’s Award in recognition of the outstanding work delivered at Thesen Islands, particularly in terms of Environmental Impact, Marine Technical Challenges, and Job Creation to Power Construction Coastal.

Graham Power voted Die Burger and Kaapstad Sakekamer Businessman of the Year.

Power Group of Companies, PMR Silver Award for doing the most to enhance the province’s economic growth and development.

2004:

Power Developments, Developer of the Year Eastern Cape by the Institute of Housing South Africa.

Power Group of Companies, PMR Corporate Care Awards, Industry Winner.

2003:

Developer of the Year award in the Western Cape to Power Developments by the Institute for Housing of South Africa.

Hughmic Construction listed as one of the Top 300 Impumelelo Companies, as a result of its contribution to broad-based Black Economic Empowerment and Transformation.

Sibakhulu Construction listed as one of the Top 300 Impumelelo Companies, as a result of its contribution to broad-based Black Economic Empowerment and Transformation.

PMR Corporate Care Awards, Trophy winner for Environmental Care to the Power Group of Companies.

PMR Corporate Care Awards, Trophy winner for Job Creation and Training to the Power Group of Companies.

PMR Corporate Care Awards, Industry winner for the categories Black Economic Empowerment & Social Upliftment to the Power Group of Companies.

2002:

South Africa’s Best Established Developer Award to Power Developments, by the National Housing Board.

Merit Award for the Professional Management of a Project in Saldanha by the Port of Saldanha to Hughmic Construction.

Graham Power voted Businessman of the Year by the Helderberg Sakekamer.

(Same as other years)   PMR Diamond Award for Environmental Care to the Power Group of Companies.

2001:

Developer of the Year in the Western Cape by the Institute for Housing of South Africa (IHSA) to Power Developments.

Steel Construction Award in the category for Bridges to Power Construction Western Cape. The Federated Employers’ Mutual Assurance Company Limited Excellence award to Power Developments for their outstanding contribution towards the safety of their employees.

2000:

Merit Certificate in Recognition of Exemplary Service to the Broader Community of Blaauwberg, by the Blaauwberg Municipality.

PMR Golden Arrow award to Power Construction Western Cape as the highest rated Construction Company in the Western Cape.

1998:

Power Group of Companies, listed as one of the Top 300 Companies.

Developer of the Year in Western Cape and South Africa by the Institute for Housing of South Africa to Power Developments.

1997:

18th International Africa Award to Power Construction for outstanding management quality, technical innovations, service and export achievements in the African market.

1993:

Graham Power received the S.A. Road Federation Western Cape’s, Regional Chairman’s Award, in recognition of the outstanding contribution made to the activities of the Western Cape Region.

Graham Power received the SA Institution of Civil Engineers’ President’s Award for Meritorious Service to the Civil Engineering Industry

1992:

South African Institute for Civil Engineers, Regional Award for Thembalethu IDT Project to Power Construction

1989:

Graham Power voted Junior Sakeman van die Jaar by Johannesburg Junior Afrikaanse Sakekamer (JJAS).

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